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Using the Jenkins documentation as reference, there appears to be a licensing error if Android is built first.
### Steps To Reproduce
1. Configure Jenkins CI
2. Create Xamarin Forms app
3. Configure Build Step for Android and iOS
4. Attempt to build project with Android built prior to iOS
### Expected Results
mdtools is used to build all projects
### Actual Results
Error is given stating that a Business license or newer is needed to build via command line
It turned out the user's Jenkins machine did not have have a proper license for Xamarin.Android. After the user manually updated the licenses on that machine, the Jenkins builds worked.